Gaming News Round-Up: November 17

We are off to the races again today with a bunch of game news to report so let's get to it.

Changes at GoG.com - The PC game download service that provides classic PC game titles with a new life will be adding newer games to its lineup in 2012. These newer games will be sold at a higher price point than the older PC games on the service.

Torchlight 2 delayed to early 2012 - The sequel to Runic Games' popular fantasy action-RPG will get a little more development time and as a result the game won't be released by the end of 2011 as originally planned.

MechWarrior Online to use CryEngine 3 - Piranha Games has announced that its upcoming free-to-play sci-fi mech game will use CryTek's game engine when it launches sometime in 2012.

Sega acquires game developer Three Rings Design - The game publisher has now bought the developer behind Sega's recent free-to-play game Spiral Knights. Three Rings will continue to work on their upcoming MMO based on the Doctor Who TV series.

Beta test weekend coming for Star Wars The Old Republic - BioWare is targeting November 25-28 as its next time period to invite beta testers to sign onto its upcoming and long awaited MMO game.

Metal Gear Solid 5 news soon? - An upcoming issue of the UK edition of the Official Playstation Magazine promises to reveal Hideo Kojima plans for Metal Gear Solid 5 as well as other projects.

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